It’s a mitzvah!

From left to right: Gary Greenbaum, Diane Korn, Karen Cain, Mart Gordon, Carol Gordon, Andrew Hines, Barbara Hines, Kim Schweitzer and Larry Schweitzer Kim Schweitzer Jewish families in need received…

An affair to remember

Back row: Barbara Bloch, Linda Rouse, Diane Mazzarella, Raye Cobb, Sue Wilson, Linda Elliott; Front row: Kay Tomaszek Jean Fedigan and Deb Bunker Eileen J Snearly It definitely was an…

Caliente Cloggers perform at Catalina Elks Lodge

The Caliente Cloggers teamed up with the Coyote Country Cloggers to perform at the Catalina Elks Club which was holding its annual charity drive for the Special Olympics. Wind and rain drove everyone inside but the audience’s enthusiasm was tremendous. Jacque Twitty and Janey Clausen were unable to make this performance.

Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge honors students

Pat Cox The Elks National Foundation’s (ENF) Most Valuable Student Scholarship Program recognizes top high school graduates across the country based upon their academic achievements, leadership skills, extracurricular activities and their participation in community services. Five exceptional students from Oro Valley high schools were awarded $1,200 ENF scholarships at Catalina Mountain Elks National Youth Week…

Summer art classes have begun

Kay Sullivan Summer art classes have begun. Interested in trying some new types of art instruction? Ask your friends to join you in a class and check the SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild website at www.saddlebrookefinearts.org to obtain descriptions, supplies needed and cost. To register you must contact the instructor. These half day classes provide a great…

An important health update from Line Dance Lessons with Rebecca

Dr. Mark Magdanz I’ve written about this a few times before but since it’s mentioned in three different places in May’s AARP Bulletin, I thought a mention again might get someone up from their recliner and on the move. Exercise – the simple guidelines are two and one half hours of moderate intensity aerobic activity…

Argentine Tango series part 12

Lidia and Hector Legrand As we mentioned in part three of this series, Argentine Tango was born in the late nineteenth century on the river shores of Buenos Aires, densely populated by massive waves of immigrants from Europe and similar in many ways to the immigration we experienced here in the United States during those…

Jewish Friendship Group news

Marilyn Anthony Although many of our members have flown north to cooler climes, our activities continue apace and we hope to see our full time SaddleBrookians at all of our upcoming events. The Jewish Friends Group celebrated its Mother’s Day Dinner at the Mesquite Grill on May 21. Everyone who attended loved the intimacy of…